Silvia had just begun work at a start-up that doesn’t offer benefits. She has no pre-existing conditions, maintains a healthy lifestyle and wanted an affordable option.
Gary had been retired for a few years and has pre-existing conditions that require prescription drugs. After being prescribed a new medication he wanted an option that would cover his various prescription drugs.
After leaving her job last month to become self-employed, Dani wanted to ensure her family continued to receive coverage that is similar to what she previously had through her employer.
The company Beth’s husband worked for didn’t provide a pension health plan. When he retired Beth wanted flexible coverage that allowed them to make adjustments to match their changing health needs.
Kaitlyn has a new child and wants to make sure family won’t have to worry about the mortgage or grocery bills should a serious illness strike. One of her close friends was diagnosed with cancer and luckily had Critical Illness Insurance.
Wallace’s employer coverage takes care of things like prescriptions and glasses however they don’t cover his visits to the dentist. He wanted a plan where he only payed for dental coverage.
Eve loves ticking destinations off her bucket list but doesn’t have coverage for medical emergencies that happen outside BC. She wanted travel insurance that covers her for all the trips she will take in a year and is recognized all around the world.